Django Django have announced Off Planet, their fifth album, which they say is their most ambitious yet. It features guest appearances from Self Esteem, Jack Peñate, Stealing Sheep, Toya Delazy and more, and is being released in four parts, each representing a planet, over the next few months. The whole album is out June 16th via Because Music.

The first part is out now and its five songs range from the mellow grooves of opener "Wishbone" to the early-'90s-house vibes of "Complete Me" featuring Self Esteem, which is the official first single. “The instrumental for 'Complete Me' was made sometime in 2020 or 21 when the world was in lockdown and I was making music in my garden shed studio," says bandleader Dave McLean. "It was a dance track that I didn’t really know what to do with. I sent it to Rebecca and she loved the vibe of it and really quickly came up with some vocal ideas that kind of stuck straight away and locked well with the track. The production was inspired by a lot of 90s breakbeat house and hip-house records that I’ve always been really into and loved Djing with over the years.”

Check out "Complete Me" and the rest of Off Planet Pt 1 below.

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Off Planet:
Complete Me ft. Self Esteem
Hands High ft Refound*
Lunar Vibrations ft Isabelle Woodhouse
Don’t Touch That Dial ft. Yuuko
Back to Back ft. Patience
Squid Inc
Come Down
Golden Cross
No Time ft. Jack Penate
A New Way Through
Galaxy Mood ft. Toya Delazy
The Oh Zone
Dead Machine ft. Stealing Sheep
Dumb Drum
Who You Know ft. Bernardo
Black Cadillac

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